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It was the Earl of Loxley. Or the late earl as robin took over.
Robin Hood was actually born in Hungtiton, because his farther was Earl og Hungiton.
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His real name is Robert Hood Locksley, the Earl of Huntingdon.
Some tales hold that Robin was Robert, the Earl of Locksley, before living in Sherwood Forest and disguising himself with a hood. (Rob In The Hood changed to Robin the Hood, which changed to Robin Hood.)
Invented by the Earl of Sandwich, during a card game
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His real name is Robert (Robin) of Locksley, the Earl of Huntingdon.That is the most accurate due to controversy over the name of the actual person it may be based off of.
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Reputedly, so that he did not have to leave the card table in order to eat.
The character of Robin Hood is much more legendary than historical, and we have no way of knowing exactly who he was. The tradition is that he was the son of an earl or other important member of the nobility.
The Earl of Sandwich, either he or one of his servants put together two pieces of bread and some meat for the Earl to eat while playing cards. I don't know if the Earl won the card game.
earl of sandwich
Robin Hood is believed to have been based on a real man who lived in Britain during the 1300's. He was thought to have been the Earl of Huntingdon, a man who fought with King Richard III during the Crusades.
The sandwich was reputedly "invented" by the Earl of Sandwich in England. The Earl was unwilling to leave the card tables to eat and asked for a piece of meat between two pieces of bread.
Sandwich, from the Earl of Sandwich.
Well, Robert Fitzooth was actually one of many fictionous identities for Robin Hood. Some have said Robin hood was actually the Earl of Huntingdon, who's name was Robert Fitzooth. So, if the question is how Robert Fitzooth died, it would tehnically be how Robin Hood died, which happened after Robin went to a healer after falling ill, and the healer let him bleed to death.
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Robin Hood was supposadly based on Robert Fitzdog, Earl of Huntington and Lord of Locksley who was a good archer and lived in the forests giving to the poor In my novel The Robin Hood Chronicles I base Robin Hood on a real Robyn Hod who lived in the 14th century. My reasoning is that in one of the earliest ballads King Edward -- almost surely Edward II -- makes Robin Hood his yeoman. Edward II had a valet and porter named Robyn Hod, and I assume that Robin Hood and Robyn Hod are the same person.
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